Gabriela Miranda, USA TODAY

Gabriela Miranda


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Past articles by Gabriela:

Russian troops halt attack of nuclear power plant but remain in control. How dangerous could this be?

Russian forces attacked Ukraine's power plant and set fire to one of the reactors. The attack has stopped but how dangerous could it have been? → Read More

Cargo ship carrying thousands of luxury cars sinks in Atlantic Ocean with cars on board

The Felicity Ace, a cargo ship carrying thousands of luxury cars, sank into the mid-Atlantic after 13 days afloat. The vehicles sank with it. → Read More

Russia has been accused of using 'vacuum bombs' in Ukraine. What are those?

Russia has been accused of using thermobaric weapons, also called vacuum bombs, in Ukraine. If true, it could be "a war crime," the White House said. → Read More

'Brutal act of war': Photos of Russia invading Ukraine show mass evacuations, rockets

Russia invaded eastern Ukraine on Thursday morning. Photos show people fleeing attacks in Kyiv, Donetsk and Luhansk regions. → Read More

Why is Russia invading Ukraine? Could it be the start of WWIII? Here's what we know

Major cities in Ukraine were covered in smoke as Russia invaded Thursday morning. But why is Russia invading Ukraine? → Read More

Identical twins married identical twins. Now their children are cousins and siblings.

Briana and Brittany Salyers married identical twins Josh and Jeremy and had children. Their kids are a rare case of being both cousins and siblings. → Read More

Ship carrying 1,100 Porsche and 189 Bentley luxury cars is burning and adrift in the ocean

A cargo ship carrying Porsche, Audi and Bentley cars caught on fire. The crew was saved, but the luxury vehicles are stuck in the Atlantic Ocean. → Read More

Scientists discover the Earth's inner core isn't solid or liquid. It's 'superionic.'

A new study suggest the Earth's inner core isn't made of solid or liquid but instead a 'superionic' material. → Read More

Scientists discover the Earth's inner core isn't solid or liquid. It's 'superionic.'

A new study suggest the Earth's inner core isn't made of solid or liquid but instead a 'superionic' material. → Read More

Imagine being 'forgotten' in an airport basement for hours. This traveler lived it.

Whether traveling internationally or state-wide, people with disabilities take extra precautions to ensure accommodations are available. → Read More

California couple rescued after trapped inside snow-covered cabin for two months

A Northern California couple was finally rescued after two months trapped in their snowed-in cabin. They had been stuck since Dec. 6. → Read More

Those COVID tests the government sent you might not work. Cold weather could be to blame.

Millions of COVID tests are traveling across the nation, many through winter weather. Freezing temperatures could affect test results, experts say. → Read More

Here's how much you need to earn to be in the top 1% in your state and nationwide

In the U.S. a family must earn almost $600,000 to be in the top 1%, but how does that vary per state? → Read More

Most people are still wearing cloth masks. Here's why that's a problem with omicron

Omicron spreads more quickly and efficiently than other known COVID-19 variants, and that's why health experts recommend N95 masks, not cloth ones. → Read More

From the tallest woman to the biggest sandcastle, these world records were broken in 2021

From the world's largest pot brownie, the biggest sandcastle to the world's oldest weightlifter, here's a look at 2021 world records. → Read More

'Completely devastated': Kentucky town left mourning, in ruins after catastrophic tornado

A tornado hit a candle factory in Mayfield, Kentucky, and Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said the downtown was "completely devastated." → Read More

'It's devastating': See the damage of the tornado that tore through Kentucky and other states

Tornadoes and severe weather tore through Kentucky, Illinois and other neighboring states. The governor of Kentucky expects dozens of deaths. → Read More

Decades-old cold case of missing Tennessee teens reopened after diver finds car underwater

A scuba diving Youtuber discovered the car of Erin Foster, who went missing along with Jeremy Bechtel in 2000. Police have reopened the cold case. → Read More

Authorities seize hundreds of tarantulas, eggs and scorpions illegally traveling to Europe

More than 230 tarantula spiders, nine spider eggs and a scorpion with seven of its young, as well as 67 roaches were seized in a Colombia airport. → Read More

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is watched by millions but how and when did the parade first start?

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is a holiday standard for millions since it started nearly 100 years ago. Here's the history behind Macy's parade. → Read More